Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Homestone Farm

Scotland
Sleeps 11

Large groups looking for spacious accommodation and a peaceful setting should consider Homestone Farm, just outside of the attractive village of Campbeltown.

The stunning property offers panoramic countryside views, and lots of character and charm. We love the woodburner in the sitting room which brings a real cosy feel and the spacious dining room which will seat up to 10 people.

The cottage has accommodation spread over three floors including six bedrooms sleeping 11 in total. There is also a lovely conservatory with countryside views and a large garden where children have plenty of space to play and adults can relax.

This is a very rural setting but a shop and pub are within 8 miles and there are a good number of attractions to visit locally. We recommend a day trip to Campbeltown Heritage Centre just a short drive away. Reviews of Homestone Farm are very impressive with many guests commenting on the spectacular setting and the high standard of accommodation on offer. Two well behaved pets are welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Scotland
Mousa Broch
Mousa Broch is a good choice for a day trip that the whole family will enjoy including the family pet! Located on the remote island of Mousa, (accessible by boat) this 13.3 metre tall tower is thought to be the finest surviving iron age broch in the world. Dogs are permitted in the grounds but owners are asked to be sensitive when around children. Poop scoops are available from the stewards.
Inverlochy Castle in the Fort William
Inverlochy Castle in the Fort William area is a well preserved 13th Century castle and is an impressive sight to behold with dramatic round towers and beautiful grounds. It is thought to be one of Scotland's earliest castles. If you have a dog you can enjoy exploring the grounds but dogs must be kept on leads in some areas. Owners are asked to ensure that they clean up after their pets.
Fort George
Fort George in the Inverness region is one of Scotland's most popular attractions and dog lovers will be pleased to know that the family pet is very welcome in the grounds. Still a working barrack, the site now also has a museum, café, a gift shop where you can pick up a souvenir and very impressive grounds which you pet will just love exploring. Please note that dogs are not permitted in roofed buildings.
21st October 2017